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  1. Nature and Cities

    The Ecological Imperative in Urban Design and Planning
    Noviembre 2016
    Edited by Frederick R. Steiner, George F. Thompson, and Armando Carbonell

    Note: If you are ordering multiple copies of this book, please contact our warehouse by email at lincolnorders@pssc.com or by phone at 877-526-3257 for a shipping quote. “This book overflows...

  2. A Good Tax

    Legal and Policy Issues for the Property Tax in the United States
    Marzo 2016

    “This book makes clear, cogent arguments in support of the property tax, emphasizing transparency and the need for autonomous funding for local government, while dispelling myths about...

  3. Land and the City

    Enero 2016
    Edited by George W. McCarthy, Gregory K. Ingram, and Samuel A. Moody

    This book from the Lincoln Institute's 2014 Land Policy Conference examines issues of land use policies and their impact on sustainable urbanization. By 1960, one-third of the world’s...

  4. Creating productive urban landscapes

    Entradas de blog
    Diciembre 2016
  5. Nonprofit Tax Breaks: Are They Beneficial or Burdensome?

    Bloomberg BNA
    Diciembre 15, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  6. Analysis: The challenge of making a property tax cut pitch pay off in Texas

    Texas Tribune
    Diciembre 9, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  7. Book Review: Zoning Rules!

    The Independent Review
    Diciembre 6, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  8. Review: Zoning Rules!

    Journal of Regional Science
    Diciembre 6, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  9. 2016 Critical Issues for the Fiscal Health of New England Cities and Towns

    Diciembre 2, 2016
    Speakers: Robert Triest, Susanne Greschner, Mary Murphy , Catherine Collins, Adam Langley, John Robertson, Ari Sky, Michael Ward, Yolanda Kodrzycki, Tamar Kotelchuck
    Co-sponsor: New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

    This program allows municipal officials from New England to consider critical issues for the fiscal health of their cities and towns. This small interactive invitation-only seminar is co-sponsored with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

  10. New Online Resource: State-by-State Property Tax at a Glance

    Comunicados de prensa
    Diciembre 2, 2016


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